Putnam River Trail

About Putnam River Trial

The 1.32-mile Putnam River Trail, completed in 1998 as a part of the East Coast Greenway that will link many U. S. cities, winds through the park. There, two of the trail's five interpretive plaques explain the founding of Putnam and the impact of the 1955 flood. A monument on the trail below the historical marker honors Dr. Robert Dinolt, originally of Vienna, Austria, as a "physician, planner, public servant." Plans are now underway for the 2003 dedication of a new, spacious, state-of-theart bandstand, which will greatly increase park activities and continue Putnam's "Common" heritage.


Bird's Eye View of river trail

Please Click on the red spots to view that place........


continue journey along trail

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